You may be shocked to hear this, but the two most challenging most aspects of losing weight and getting healthy have nothing to do with nutrition and working out.

You may be thinking, “Wait, aren’t those the ONLY two aspects of losing weight?”

Yes, eating correctly and staying active are the actions you need to take to reach your goals, but they are not the most challenging part. The most challenging parts are actually:

1. Thinking that you do not have to change your habits
2. Thinking that it will happen fast

In essence, the most challenging parts have nothing to do with the actions that you take, but more to do with how you think about the entire process.

Anyone can start eating healthy and start working out, but the mindset and expectations you go into it with matter. Where most people fail is doing it for the long term-months and years of implementing healthy habits.

Be honest with yourself before starting the process. Consider the fact that your current habits got you to where you are and it took you years to get there.

When you can accept that you will have to change your current habits to reach your goals and that it will take time, you will be on the path to success.

Ivette Johnsen
Nutrition Coach
Healthy Steps Nutrition
www.healthystepsnutrition.com